Laser power: 1000-3000w
Laser wavelength: 1064nm (±10nm )
Power consumption: <=25KVA
Working mode: Continuous Laser Welding
Laser source output method: QBH
Power adjustment range (%): 5-100
Modulation frequency (KHz): 5
Pulse Frequency Range Recommendations: 5-5000hz (The default is 2000hz, usually no need to change)
Pulse width: 0.1-20ms
Welding Spot: 0.1mm to 5mm
Welding thickness: 0,5 - 10mm
Water chiller: Built-in model
Continuous Working Time: 20 Hours
Collimation Length: 50mm
Feeding wire width: 0.8-1.6mm optional
Fiber length: 10m
Laser cleaning function, max beam width: 80-120mm
Working voltage (VAC): 3P 380±40, 50HZ
Working environment temperature (°C): 10-40
Working environment relative humidity (%): 10-85
Laser Source (Max/Raycus) 1000-3000W
SUP23T Multifunctional hand gun, with replacing nozzles for different processes
Powerfull water chiller (Hanli)
Independent water tank switch;
Imported temp. control system.
Touch Screen Controller
with 16 Languages
Auto Wire Feeder for welding
single or double wire configuration
Environmental Concerns: Sandblasting generates dust and debris containing abrasive materials, which can be harmful to the environment and pose health risks to workers if not properly controlled and contained.
Surface Damage: Depending on the abrasive material and pressure used, sandblasting can potentially create surface roughness that is too aggressive for some applications, leading to excessive material removal and potential weakening of the steel.
Limited Precision: Sandblasting is not ideal for precision cleaning tasks because it can be challenging to control the depth and uniformity of material removal, making it less suitable for delicate or intricate surfaces.
Equipment Cost: High-pressure waterjet equipment can be expensive to purchase, operate, and maintain. This cost can be a significant factor for small-scale operations.
Surface Profile Control: Achieving a specific surface profile or roughness with waterjet cleaning can be more challenging compared to abrasive methods like sandblasting, which can limit its suitability for certain coating applications.
Waste Water Management: Waterjet cleaning generates wastewater, which may contain contaminants and require proper disposal or treatment, adding to the overall cost and complexity of the process.
Labor-Intensive: Mechanical polishing is a labor-intensive process that may require skilled operators and longer processing times, leading to higher labor costs.
Limited Removal of Deep Contaminants: It may struggle to remove deeply embedded contaminants or rust, which could remain beneath the surface and compromise the effectiveness of subsequent coatings.
Surface Consistency: Achieving a perfectly uniform and consistent surface finish can be challenging, particularly on large or complex steel components.
In recent years, laser cleaning has emerged as a cutting-edge and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional methods for surface preparation and cleaning, particularly for steel and various other materials. This innovative technology utilizes the power of laser beams to remove contaminants, coatings, rust, and other undesired materials from surfaces efficiently and with a high degree of precision. Laser cleaning offers several advantages over traditional methods, making it an increasingly popular choice in various industries.